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10 October 2012, 11:49
The 'One Time' star could be set to record his second stripped back album following a series of recent live renditions.
Justin Bieber could be set to start work on a new acoustic album after his manager Scooter Braun teased details of the project.
After speaking of some of the singer's recent acoustic performances including a remix of 'Boyfriend', which will be released for his upcoming fragrance commercial, he said "we need another acoustic album".
The teen star wowed fans last month when he appeared on ITV1's Daybreak to deliver an acoustic rendition of his hit single 'As Long As You Love Me'.
His first acoustic remix album came back in November 2010 with 'My Worlds Acoustic'.
Scooter also revealed that he shared a very positive conversation with Justin on the phone and praised the Canadian's drive.
"great call with @justinbieber - this kid is competitive, hard working, and very driven! #WINNER," he tweeted.
Meanwhile, the 'Beauty And A Beat' star is currently on his 'Believe' world tour which will hit the UK in early 2013.
During the opening night of the jaunt in Arizona, the singer was seen throwing up on stage.
He later revealed the illness was caused by eating a meal of spaghetti and milk prior to going on stage.